Secretaries’ ICT Governance Board

Part of the Finance portfolio and a Federal authority

The SIGB is a Board of Secretaries and Chief Executives representing central bodies, portfolio departments and delivery agencies. This Board will: Oversee and monitor the implementation of the ICT Strategy; Develop and set whole-of-government strategic ICT policy; Agree opportunities and priority areas for standardisation, consolidation and common approaches based on demonstrated business value to Government; Assess agency requests for opt-outs from agreed common ICT approaches that are set by either the SIGB or by Government; Be responsible for the strategic management of ICT investments across non-corporate Commonwealth Entity (NCCE) agencies and review, on an annual basis, key trends in the Government’s ICT expenditure; Be responsible for determining the Government’s response to emerging ICT trends and issues; Build a coordinated view of ICT capabilities and facilities across Australian Government agencies; Oversee the activities of lead agencies who are progressing whole-of-government ICT initiatives; and Consider and review the annual work plan of the Chief Information Officer Committee (CIOC) and the Authentication Governance Committee (AGC).

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